Monthly Archives: July 2017

Fatima Presentation in Hodge Home

An Our Lady of Fatima statue was in the home of Rex and Mimi Johnson, parishioners of St. Lucy Parish in Hodge, on June 10. A custodian of the statue gave a talk and followed with a rosary. Parishioners were invited and attended.

Anniversary Celebrations in Many

On June 25, St. John the Baptist Parish in Many celebrated their 146th anniversary as a parish and Fr. Michael Thang’wa’s birthday and anniversary of his priestly ordination. Bishop Michael Duca was in attendance for the Mass and celebrations.

Students Embrace Summer Learning

St. Frederick High School students have been busy since school let out. One group spent a week at CyberDiscovery camp on the campus of Louisiana Tech. This is a week-long camp that teaches the basics of cyber technology along with computer coding and robotics.

Additionally, three students attended the National FBLA competition in Los Angeles, CA.  They competed at the district and state levels earning the opportunity to compete nationally.  Pictured: CyberDiscovery Team. Back Row – Jack Weir, Dan O’Leary, Jacob Albritton, Zach Shaw. Front row – Danny Roa, Mrs. Joni Dollar, Jaden Roy.

JGS Bids Farewell to Fr. Jim Moran

Jesus the Good Shepherd School would like to thank Fr. Jim Moran, CO, for his time and service in JGS Parish. He was always willing to share his love and knowledge of Jesus with the staff and students at JGS School. He will be greatly missed on campus and the students and staff wish him all the best at his new appointment. At the same time, they welcome Fr. Biju Kuriakose, CMI, Parochial Vicar, into JGS Parish and school! We look forward to getting to know Fr. Biju.

Summer Paint at SJB

St. John Berchmans School was bustling over the summer months with a number of improvements being made to the facilities including fresh paint, cleaning the school and beautifying the school campus.

SJS Garden in Bloom

As part of the school-wide Colony Day celebration on March 10, students planted a newly installed garden for the first time. Potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers and cantaloupe are just some of the summer produce that was planted. During the last week of school, 7th graders took advantage of an early cucumber harvest to make pickles. Over the summer, parents and faculty have helped tend the garden and harvest the fruits of the students’ labors.

OLF Senior Tea

Our Lady of Fatima School sponsored its first Senior Tea.  Children of teachers and Our Lady Fatima’s previous students who were graduating were  honored.